JAVĿ¼ News

Artificial Intelligence Comes to JAVĿ¼ Image generated by AI with the prompt, What does AI in higher education look like?

04/03/2024 - The field of artificial intelligence (AI) has been around for decades, with some of the early work dating back to the 1950s. Largely the stuff of sci-fi movies and TV shows throughout the late 20th century, AI now is embedded in our daily lives in things like Amazon and Netflix recommendations, face ID on cell phones, and banking alerts based on prior purchases, just to name a few examples.

Service Day Sends Wegmans School of Pharmacy Out into Community Students sort books at the Hindu Temple of Rochester for the Wegmans School of Pharmacy Service Day.

04/02/2024 - A hallmark of the Doctor of Pharmacy program, the annual Wegmans School of Pharmacy Service Day brings both campus and online pathway students, faculty, and staff together to volunteer in their communities.

Pop Culture Critic Shares Career Stories with JAVĿ¼ Community JAVĿ¼ student Alayna Delice interviews pop culture critic Aisha Harris.

04/02/2024 - On Monday, March 25, JAVĿ¼’s Media and Communication Program welcomed National Public Radio (NPR) host Aisha Harris to campus. Harris is a co-host and reporter for NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour, and is the author of the 2023 book, Wannabe: Reckonings with the Pop Culture That Shapes Me.

Media Alert: #JAVĿ¼Expert Offers Expertise on the 2024 Eclipse Totality Event Dr. Jeffrey Stephens

04/01/2024 - On April 8, 2024, Rochester is poised to witness totality during a total solar eclipse for the first time since 1925. Dr. Jeffrey Stephens, an associate professor of physics at JAVĿ¼, stands ready to provide his insight on this rare celestial event.

On Our Mission: 25 Years of the First Gen Program The first cohort of the First Generation Scholarship Program

04/01/2024 - The First Generation Program is Celebrating 25 Years

April First Friday Lecture Explores the Power of Undergraduate Research Dr. Kristin Picardo

04/01/2024 - Learn about the myriad ways undergraduate research experiences positively impact student success at JAVĿ¼ during the April First Friday Lecture, led by Dr. Kristin Picardo, assistant provost and director of the Center for Student Research and Creative Work.

Countdown to Commencement: Emily Sullivan Emily Sullivan

04/01/2024 - Next to be featured in our “Countdown to Commencement” series is Emily Sullivan, a student majoring in inclusive childhood education. Sullivan was nominated by Dr. Sue Schultz, professor of education, and Sarah Mancini-Goebert, assistant director of campus ministry.

JAVĿ¼ to Host Seven Events Leading Up to Solar Eclipse The 360-degree photo of the JAVĿ¼ athletic fields warped to be shaped like a planet.

03/29/2024 - Rochester is poised to witness a total solar eclipse on Monday, April 8, marking a significant astronomical event for the region. This occurrence will be the first total solar eclipse in Rochester since January 24, 1925, and it won’t happen again until October 26, 2144. To celebrate this historic event, JAVĿ¼ will be hosting multiple events in the week leading up to the eclipse.

JAVĿ¼ Students Collaborate with Monroe County to Pay Homage to Medal of Honor Recipient Sara Casale, Shane Morgan, Caroline Cahalan, and Sara Yorio

03/29/2024 - JAVĿ¼ students and faculty members are collaborating with Monroe County to honor Rochester veterans.

Accounting and Finance Alumni, Students to be Honored at Annual Awards The crowd at the 2023 Accounting Awards Banquet.

03/28/2024 - JAVĿ¼ will celebrate the achievements of alumni and students during the 34th Annual Accounting Awards Celebration on Tuesday, April 23, at the Joseph A. Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center. A networking reception will begin at 5 p.m. with the dinner and program beginning at 6 p.m.